Former CEO of Infosys (CEO) and MD (CEO) Vandana Sikka, wife of Vishal Sikka, left the service arm of the IT services company Infosys Foundation. She was the president of Infosys Foundation in the United States.
“Today, I am writing this email to inform you that I have decided to move from my role as President of the Infosys USA Foundation. But, as we know, a person’s passions are not bound by entities that shelter us temporarily “Mrs Sikka said in her resignation email that she also shared on the blog platform, Medium.
Mrs. Sikka, whom Vishal Sikka calls “my companion, my compass, my anchor”, has served the Infosys Foundation for two and a half years. Vandana Sikka holds a masters degree in computer science and was about to set up a boot when the Infosys board invited her to join the philanthropic efforts of the IT giant in the United States.
“We have reviewed the CSR (corporate social responsibility) needs of America, have seen technology and innovation happen in California, and recognize the urgent need for computer education in the publication accessible to every student in the core curriculum framework, “said Sikka. said in an earlier interview with TOI after following the mission.
In a surprising move, which shook the company, Vishal Sikka left Infosys earlier this month. Counsel for Infosys and Sikka both cited Murthy’s constant quarrels and allegations as a reason for the drastic decision. In a conference call by an investor, publishing his resignation Sikka said:
“There has been a continuous beating of these allegations … absolutely disgusting and every day you wake up and there is news or the other.” He became more and more malicious and personal. Murthy said: “I have not commented on the work of Sikka, my problem concerns governance at Infosys, I believe that the fault lies with the board.”
Since then, the Infosys board has seen an important rejig with four members leaving, including Vishal Sikka. Ravi Venkatesan has also resigned from the position of Co-Chair of the Board of Directors. However, he continues to be an independent director.
In the meantime, former CEO Nandan Nilekani was brought back as a non-executive chairman of the company last week, in order to divert the company from the crisis in which it is located, even if the search for a new CEO continues ….